Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 12, 1955 · Page 8
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Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland · Page 8

Cumberland, Maryland
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Wednesday, October 12, 1955
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EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MDj WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER .'it 1W DM rA.*MMM<fer aWAOT'AP Bedford Road Homemakers ' if ' ' ' * I, ' U A Elect President, Treasurer • Women's Unit Features Panel On Judaism The .Women's 'League ofi.Bet Jacob Synagogue held a panel o Juadism at iis recent meeting a the Synagogue Mrs Moe Sack opened with pra>cr Mrs/Robert Dezen was modera tor and Mrs ^ale Lewme gav a report on 'Orthodox Juadism Mrs Jack Yankelevitz Conser vative Juadism and Mrs Dame Lewin. "Reformed Juadism. Plans were made for the chi dren's "Sihchas Torah" party to b held soon. A social hour followed with Mrs Marvin Kaplon and Mrs:.Benjaini Marx co-hostesses. Mrs. Harr Stem won the prize Ruth See Weds Mr. Riggleman Mr. and Mrs. .James :See an nouhce the' marriage "• b£ thei daughter; Ruth Arlene, to Wayh Allen .Riggleman in a ceremon performed by the-Rev. Raymbri Crowe in the Cresaptown Methbdis .Church on August 24. The : bride.was attended by he sister.- Doris'Martin, -as maid o honor and Mr Riggleman ha John Hawkins as-his best man. After.a trip to Niagara Falls"th couple is residing in Cresaptown Past Matron*, Patrons Banquet Tomorrow <The annual banquet of the Pas Matrons and Past Patrons . Asso ciatioh. OESi'. : will. be held at 6:30 p m tomorrow at the All Ghar Shrine Country Club. Bridge 500 canasta and dom inoes will conclude the evening. Mrs. Ella Crabbe is chairman assisted by Mrs Hilda Phillip .Mrs. Mary C. Davis, Mrs.'Elea'no Morley, Mrs. Mabel; Miller, .-Mrs Anna Strickler. Mrs. Clara Shank- Mrs. Margaret Crowe . and Mrs 'Mary.Koontz. PRESCRIPTIONS Delivered FREE Four Registered Pharmacists All Prescriptions Triple i<» »> V Checked Walsh &McCagh PHARMACY 101 N. Centre St. , Maryland't Leading Prttcription Store The Bedford Road Homemakers Cliib'elected'a new president am treasurer at the meeting a recent night at Zion Methodist Church Mrs. Fred Roberts, retiring presi dent,-presided. , Mrs. Paul Gilford was elected president and Mrs. Roberts treas urer. Mrs. Gilford gave the history o the hymn of the month '0 Love That Will Not Let Me Go ' which she also played and sang Rollcall was : "Are You Registered To Vote?". Reports were, given '.by the secretary am treasurer.'Blue Cross and sunshine chairmen. 'Announcement was made o County Achievement Day, Novem ber 15 at 1:30 p. m. at Centra YMCA; A dinner, will conclude the day at 5:30 at the "Y. Miss Mary Wise, .county home agent,' gave a demonstration on cleaning walls and floor coverings bert Farrell, and'showed .the. different combina lions of colors suitable for home decoration. Miss >Vise' also judged the bake( arid canned goods members had on display to show achievements for the -year. Members :ot. the club judged handiwork, and prizes were awarded, Refreshments were served. The table. was decorated in the Halloween theme. Mrs. Bertha Brotemarkle, Mrs. William .Knisely and Mrs. William Pitzer were hostesses. Events Briefly Noted Tri-State Chapter of Gold Star Mothers will meet tonight at .7:30 at the Legion The WSCS of the Corrigan ville Methodist ..Church will hold a covered dish, luncheon at'1 "p..m tomorrow • preceding the regular meeting. -The Dorcas; Society. of the Seventh Day Adventist Church dis cussed plans a recent meeting 6 make, apple : butter.- Proceeds Vbm'the sale.: will go toward the church building fund.. Orders can be placed by phoning PA 2-7416 The W.S.C.S. of Mount Pleasant Methodist Church will hold a bake ale at the Baltimore! Pike Fire lail Friday at 1 p. hi. Brother G Nicholas will be the ipeaker'at .the .meeting of the llumnae Association . of Sacred Heart School of Nursing tomorrow it 7:30 p'. m. at the. nurses, hoine. :-Mrs. Glenn W. Diehl, 610 Louisiana Avenue, is home from Bedford lital. County Memorial Hds New Fall BLOUSES ARE HERE! Only 2.98 Attractive Styles and Colors. 32 to 44 Sizes. 30'/2 N. Centre St. PA 4-0980 Karen Welsh Feted At Party On Birthday Reprts On Achievement,., The Valley Road Homemakers ,. . Club heard reports for the year Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welsh 222 °n «»_!?!«!^*J»H*2 Fayette Street, gave : » birthday party for . their daughter, Karen Margaret, on her second birthday Sunday afternoon. The room was: decorated with streamers arid balloons and a three tier birthday cake was the birthday «' the recent meeting at Central YMCA Mrs 'Franklin Krerrter pre ded j \ The meeting opened with the singing of "Faith Of Our Fathers,' duected by Mrs Elsie Brinkman with Mrs Helen Griffith at the table centerpiece Bonnets and piano Mrs Thomas Jones*and o( meeting! W a» inaugurated by ttons and the Quest for Peace" cowboy and Jockey hats given as favors Guests were Judy Stevens Jo Anna Farrell Doitie Anne Fisher were Mrs Edgar Davis gave routine reports ' Lorraine Yantorno Ciom Mary Jane Donna Sue Brehrri. Dennis Michael Stevens Hu Farrell Vincent Yantorno, Gary and Ronnie' Smith Ricky ;Lowman. Michael and Tim Mullahey,... Mike Collins, Jerry Eaton, : Johnny 'Joe Felten, Mark Reed, Gregory Skidniore. Mesdames Harold Skidmore, Hu Leonard Stevens Harry Ciorii, Warren Brehm Carole Lee Russe u Bortz Blue Cross Turner and Brinkman music Mrs Louis Shafferman reading Mrs Samuel and John T Weatherholt family life Mrs Charles Fallen, Jo Ann Eaton, Oliver Bruce,' Helen Jones, Doris Lbwmah. Thomas Collins,. ..Mi' chael Yantorno, "Larry Reed, Donald Hbff, Margaret Yantbrrio, Ed ward Mullen, Richard Turner, and William Smith Bowling League. Sewing Project Plans Discussed The Cosmopolitan Associates Inc discussed organizing a bowl ing league and sewing for the Associated Charities.'at a recent meeting at Central,YMCA. Mrs... Joseph -. DiNicbla was named to arrange for a place to bowl. All war brides Of any nationality are invited to attend the meeting November the "Y. 1 Mrs. Charles Smith: presided-• at the business session 1 and will be in charge of arrangements for the Christmas party, A gift presented by Mrs Kenneth Baierl was won by Mrs. Charles Mclntosh. Mrs. George Paulus; of London, was a guest. She and her husbanc and two children recently returned from Florida and will leave soon for Japan. Others attending were Mrs. Gene Fazenbaker, Mrs. Charles Craw- Mrs. Luther,. Hutter, Mrs, Guy Thompson Mrs Orviile Joseph Reinhart, • food and • nutri ion: Mrs. Listbn Hall, home fur rushing Mrs Adam Smith cloth ng Mfs Irene MacDonald civif Defense: Mrs: Charles Callis, Rural 'Women's 'Short Course; Mrs. H. Stiafferman,- Fair; Mrs. A. Kesecker..' sunshine: '- Mrs. Jessie : White, membership;; Mrs. Sdgar Davis, recreation arid Mrs. John'S.^ Cook, publicity. Mrs. G; Frank Maliri reported on he recent County Extension meet- ng and also gave the presidents report for the year. The' nominating : committee chosen is comprised of Mrs "Mac Donald. Mrs. ,Kremer arid Mrs Davis. Mrs Kremer announced a demonstration in the use of the voting machine will be 'given' at.the November meeting. Mrs Raymond Hmkle Mrs Ethel Purucker, 'a new member, and Mrs.: Bessie, Laridis, were juests Approximately 50 mem >ers were present. Swartley,' Mrs. Lee . Miller, Mrs William Riley; Mrs. John Cunning iam.'Mrs. Paul Printy, Mrs. Mel- viri Miihsbn-arid -Mrs.-John- Nesbitt Delegates Attend Lutheran Convention, Pelegates from St Johns and St.::Luke''s - Lutheran Church at- ended the triennial convention of the United Lutehran Church Women held in Cleveland, October to 5 It was voted to change the lame from. 1 Women's Missionary Society to United Lutheran Church Women of,the United Lutheran Church in America. .'••-' The 1958 convention will be held n the Royal York Hotel, Toronto, Canada^ ' .' Delegates from Cumberland were Mrs. George Alexander, ilrs. Merle Shumaker of St. John's Church, and Mrs. John N. Miller and Mrs. F.- Lee Fresh,- St. Luke's Church. Visits In Keyger KEYSER —Mrs. B. F. Ransdell, Jxcelsior Springs, 'Mo., is visiting Mrs. J.; N. 'Kelley, South Main itreel. Mrs. Ransdell is making m extended meeting in . Keyser area and will visit other relatives and 1 friends. The various chairmen giving re ports'oh achievements were Mrs Mrs Personals Mrs. Mabel Clihe,.109 East Elder Street,, is. recovering .from injuries at Memorial Hospital. '; .She was njured in an .accident last Satur day near PurgitsviUe, W. Va? Richard Twigg, . 1500 - Virginia Avenue, is a' surgical patient in Memorial' Hospital. Mrs William Knight 1123 Bed :ord Street, is visiting her daugh er, Mrs. 1 John P. Baker,'Kansas lity Community Chest Bridge Benefit Lifted The .-Western-'.Maryland;- Bridgf Association : will, hold •&'!•• Com.- munity Chest .benefit ..session morrow evening' at .8 o'clock, • in he Fort Cumberland Hotel-!'ball- oom. All bridge .players; whether members of the association or not ire welcome to play? -There .will be a special, section, for in experienced players ORMOND SPbTUTE SPECIAL! MICRO-MESH and DEMI-TOE SEAMFREE NYLONS OO<< OO $1.19 Value pr. 105 Baltimore $r. GOP.Women Plan For State Convention A sale table as a regular feature Miriirtt Baker, Instructor In social Mudtet and adviser tof the United Hatlon? Club of Allegany High School, will speak at the dinner meeting of the Wesleyan Service Quild of Centre Street ... in the church social room ier subject is "The United Na- the Women's Republican Club of Cumberland at a recent meeting at the All Ghan City Club Mrs Thomas Jones was in charge ol the sale Plans' were made to participate in the 33th annual convention ol the Federation of Republican Women's Clubs of Maryland in Baltimore today and tomorrow. Mrs: James Orr presided at the meeting and is the club delegate io the convention to be held at the Sheraton-Belvedere Hotel,. Balti' more. Miss Ozella Robertson, procram chairman " : \ » > Mrs Albert L Rogers chairman of Christian social relations and ocal church activities, will de- jewelry Mrs Schwab was assisted 'elop the theme "Workuig Together for Peace ' in a talk based m the book, ' To Combine Our Ef Norwood Emerson will: present cello selections accompanied by iliss Mary RObb. Miss Virginia Dixon will conduct he devotionals The guild ritual Hafe-'s Restaurant November 14 Recognition was paid to three will be led by Miss Eloise Curley, members who have been appointed as committee members : for. the convention They are Miss Bessie 3. Baird, auditing chairman; Mrs. Sell Nichols, decorating; and Mrs. Zenia Davis, publicity. Ten new members were'-Intro duced,- Mrs.., Roy Franklin, Mrs. Hartung Mrs Elsie Lehr, Mrs MaeLible Mrs JohaStreett Mrs Vivian Turley Mrs William Stark Mrs Margaret Scheermesser and Mrs: William' Walters. Mrs Harry S Anderson reported completion of-plans for a toiir;of thfe Celanese plant November 9 Routine reports were given by Mrs Earl Conn Miss Wella Cook Mrs. Lucile Roeder. educational chairman introduced Judge George Henderson who spoke op "Courts and the Responsibility of the Courts." Parking Receipts Up \ KEYSER - Parking 1 meter re ceipts in Keyser for .the week ending Saturday, were'$293126,'.according to City .Clerk-Carl F: Theiss, Jr.' Receipts for the previous week were $214.51. About 700 volunteers will work in the 1955-56 Community Chest campaign which started last night. MothemQuKlfelcomes *™ ^IMM&M The Mothers Club dlseusied programs, for the_coming year at a meeting Monday night at the home of Mrs Richard Johnson LaVale Mrs William Claus presided Mrs Thomas Robinson, a former member was .welcomed back after Methodist Church tomorrow at « •" ,**««• «f several years during Miss Baker will be introduced by rolled as a new, member brts for Lasting Peace, ;aret Bender. by Mar president and Mrs George Reiter and Mrs: Bess Henry. Elected To Poet i- PIEDMONT-fleorge Robertson. Westerhport which her husband served with the Army « ; ^ , Mrs William Friedinger was en president of the Allegany District at a meeting of the Men of tht Church of the Winchester^ Presbytery recently held in Winchester. Va The program was in charge of Mrs L r Hpmer who introduced Mrs Abe Schwab 1 , who spoke and gave a demonstration on costume Mrs; .William Car Eric Gibbs Mrs R by Mrs Milton Bortz Others attending were Mrs Rich ard Bruce scaden, Mrs. W. Kirsch, Mrs; Henry Lbwery, Mrs..Frank Martin, Mrs; Leland Ransom,'Mrs. John Robb and Mrs. Edward Solomon ; The next meeting-will be .held at in the private dining room was elected »lc» ,t : CHILDREN'S SHOtS-J * Weil bull* * Fitted with ear* * Moderate in prit ^ Long on wear •» (»tluilvt In Cumtarland Wl* I WEBB'S * 37 lollimwi X IAAAAAAAAAAI district 3 Groups To Meet Sunday • The Ladies Auxiliary of District • - n i.i - .. i i. • Veterans of Foreign Wars, will Stanley Grubb.^Mrs ^ Josephine ho , d , meetlrg Sunday at Wood man of the World Halt Hagers own Mrs Ruth Leight, state president and her staff will make heir official visit Several members of Henry Hart Auxiliary are planning to attend The hummingbird is the only urd that can reverse its wing action It is able to fly backward as well as forward. K pay* to shop at warhaft's ... for • KIRSCH RODS • DRAPERY FABRICS • SLIP COVERS • CARPETS Warhaft's 79 North Centre St. Anniversary Savings To show our appreciation for yolir patronage, FOOTERS offen you these low, low prices for a limited time only. PANTS SKIRTS*SWEATERS«•« Cleaned and Smartly Finished 34 Harry FOOTER & Co. Thete Special Prices. effective at all our: stores in Cumberland, LaVale, Froitburg, Keyser and Pitd- rnont. .'•''.'•'•'•.'.•'•'•':.'''••.. '.'•'•--••-' • Fait, dry cleaning service on request ... No Extra Charge! • • : ' • •/_••' :.'' ; • •' .;•. ' -''.,' Dress SHIRTS Laundered Hand Finished and Indiyi- it ^% — dually Cellophane Wrapped. I f%C Try us ... you will be « pleated as your neighbors NEW! Saves woik. wont scuff! / bright and tough! Who's got time these busy day* to polish floor* very often 7 And now, with new Super formula Hard Glow Glo-Coat, who needs tot For new Super formula Hard Gloss Glo-Coat dries so bright and hard it actually seals out the scuffs. It keeps your floors sparkling bright... let* you do more relaxing and lets repotishing. , Get Glo-Coat today and say goodbye to scuff«d-u(5 floors,.and frequent polishing. Even sweeping and damp ... StayS brig hter ! i mopping are easier when the shine b a Glo-Coat shin*. • -•••' ' Gel netit Super formula Hard Qon Gto-Coert for your ' . linoleum, asphalt tile, vuiyl platttc, rubbtr, wood *UM/ , ttrroxo floor*. < JSuper formula ends frequent polishing! Dries brighter For Yojr COMPLETE Bmtf Strvict At Lower Than Budget Prices Visit Our Modern Beauty Clinic 10.00 A M. to 5:00 P. M. for appointment phone PA 4-2180 TRI-STATE BEAUTY ACADEMY 114 Virginia Avenue' Cumberland, Md SENSATIONAL SINGER used awing machined UNBELIEVABLE SAVINGS! 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